Egawa leads Beach Boys over Sharks
John Otness scored on a throwing error in the top of the eleventh inning to put the West Oahu CaneFires over the North Shore Honu last night at Hans L'Orange Field.
John Mayberry had three hits for the Canefires and Kazmar added a pair of RBIs.
The Honu put runners on second and third with two outs in the bottom of the 11th but relief pitcher Neil Jamison came on to strike out Darren Ford and Lorenzo Cain to preserve the win.
» Tomoaki Egawa drove in two runs to lead the Waikiki Beach Boys over the Honolulu Sharks last night, 4-0, at Les Murakami Stadium.
HPU sweeps Hawaii-Hilo
Noelle Filimoeatu had 24 kills and Tuli Peters added 18 as the Brigham Young-Hawaii volleyball team completed a perfect regular season with a 30-28, 30-23, 24-30, 30-23 win over Chaminade last night at Laie.
The No. 9 Seasiders improved to 20-0 while the Silverswords dropped to 17-6. BYUH is third in the regional poll and Chaminade is ninth. The Seasiders last went undefeated in 1997, when it won the NAIA national championship.
» Hawaii Pacific defeated Hawaii-Hilo 30-26, 30-20, 30-21 yesterday in Hilo. Barbara Martin led the Sea Warriors with 19 kills, while Taina Savage had 12 for the Vulcans.
Hawaii swimming and diving teams sweep
Nicole Mackey and Bache' Atkins each won three races yesterday and the Hawaii women's swimming and diving team swept the first day of the Lincoln Aquatics Shootout in Irvine, Calif.
The Wahine beat UC-Irvine 87-47, Cal State Northridge 110-28 and Pepperdine 94-44.
The men's team also went 3-0, beating UC Irvine 65-55, Cal State Northridge 110-28 and Cal Poly 91-29 behind a pair of wins by Grzegorz Mroz.
» Hawaii divers Megan Farrow and Emma Friesen each won their events yesterday during the first day of the Trojan Diving Invitational at Los Angeles.
Farrow took the 3-meter springboard by 48.5 points over UCLA's Amanda Blong, and Freisen won the 1-meter by 21.6 points over Marisa Samaniego of UCLA.
Mats Wiktorsson finished second in both of his events for Hawaii, falling 4.85 points short of USC's Kenny Jenkins in the 1-meter and 10.85 points away from Jenkins in the 3-meter.
Kawano selected as USA coach
Boxing coach Bruce Kawano of Pearl City has been selected to coach team USA at the Women's World Championships at New Delhi, India, running from Nov. 19-23.
Kawano is Hawaii's Junior Olympic chairman and won three Hawaii Golden Gloves championships before turning to coaching.